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Vaccines by Age Group*

Starting school for the first time is an exciting milestone for your little one. Make sure they’re ready and protected with the right school vaccines as well as a certificate of immunization for the school’s records. From ages 4 to 6, they’ll need additional doses of certain vaccines. Schedule an annual wellness visit with your child’s pediatrician to see which vaccines they recommend. You can also provide them with protection from vaccine-preventable illness by opting for an annual flu vaccine. For more information, talk to your healthcare provider and check out the CDC’s official immunization schedule for children and adolescents ages 18 years or younger.

    This vaccine helps protect against chickenpox, a highly contagious viral infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus. It is available in two doses, with the first dose being administered at 12-15 months old and the second dose at 4-6 years old.

    If you’re unsure whether you’ve received this vaccine or if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or have a weakened immune system, talk with your healthcare provider to review your medical history and decide if this vaccine is right for you.

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    This vaccine helps protect against the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It is recommended that everyone over the age of 6 months receive an updated COVID-19 vaccine, regardless of their prior vaccination status. Individuals who are moderately or severely immunocompromised may require an additional dose of this vaccine.

    If you’re unsure whether you’ve received this vaccine or if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or have a weakened immune system, talk with your healthcare provider to review your medical history and decide if this vaccine is right for you.

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    This vaccine helps protect against seasonal influenza viruses. It is recommended that everyone over the age of 6 months receive a yearly flu vaccine.

    If you’re unsure whether you’ve received this vaccine or if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or have a weakened immune system, talk with your healthcare provider to review your medical history and decide if this vaccine is right for you.

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    This vaccine helps protect against the respiratory disease measles, the infectious disease mumps and the viral disease rubella. It is available in two doses, with the first dose administered at 12-15 months old and the second dose at 4-6 years old.

    Adults and students at post-high school educational institutions who are uncertain about their vaccination status should talk to their provider about receiving this vaccine.

    If you’re unsure whether you’ve received this vaccine or if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or have a weakened immune system, talk with your healthcare provider to review your medical history and decide if this vaccine is right for you.

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    This vaccine helps protect against polio, a disease that can infect a person’s spinal cord and cause paralysis. It is available in four doses, with the first dose being administered at 2 months old, second at 4 months old, third at 6-18 months old and fourth at 4-6 years old.

    If you’re unsure whether you’ve received this vaccine or if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or have a weakened immune system, talk with your healthcare provider to review your medical history and decide if this vaccine is right for you.

    **This vaccine is available at The Little Clinic and select pharmacies. Please contact your pharmacy for details or schedule an appointment with The Little Clinic below.

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    This vaccine helps protect against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis, which are contagious bacterial diseases.

    The DTaP vaccine is available for children under 7 years old while the Tdap vaccine is available to adolescents 11-12 years old.

    In addition to the initial dose of Tdap, adults should receive a Td or Tdap booster every 10 years.

    If you’re unsure whether you’ve received this vaccine or if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant or have a weakened immune system, talk with your healthcare provider to review your medical history and decide if this vaccine is right for you.

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All content provided above is for educational purposes only and is subject to change. This list may not cover all the vaccines you need. For the most up-to-date vaccine information and recommendations based on your age and health status, visit CDC.gov or consult with your healthcare provider.

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